Enough already. We get it. The economy is in the sh*tter. Everyone has lost their jobs, bailouts are more common than teen pregnancies, and every shop at the mall is empty, despite the 50% Off signs.
Suddenly, you realize how much toothpaste costs, and you're taking home leftovers from the Mexican place you frequent. There's a lot of talk about fancy financial terms and stock market gibberish that we all pretend to understand. If you bought, don't sell. And if you sold, don't buy. Just sit there and stare at a wall until things get better.
Or, you could always forget your troubles by realizing things could be worse: at least at your place, there are no vans on fire, bleeding children, or smoke monsters. Thanks, Lost, for always putting things into perspective!
Here's what went down this week, in a blood transfusion:
Jin brings the injured young Ben back to camp and Juliet tries to save him. Jack refuses to help, so Kate gives blood and then she and Sawyer take him to the Others to be saved. Roger knows he wasn't a good father. Hurley learns about time travel. In the past (after the Oceanic 6 returned to the real world), we see that Kate became good buds with Sawyer's Baby Mama. Cassidy made Kate realize that she was heartbroken over Sawyer and didn't need to pretend that Aaron was her son. So Kate fessed up to Claire's mom.
Here's what we learn: